April 1, 1946: “Operation “Road’s End.” View from the Destroyer, USS Everett F. Larson (DD-830) as it accompanies Imperial Japanese Navy submarines headed out of Sasebo Bay, headed to "Point Deep Six," (reportedly about 60 km west of Nagasaki and off the Gotō Islands) where they are to be scuttled by demolition charges and/or gunfire from the Larson or the USS Nereus (AS-17) (not seen). Captain Bell and Commander D.A. Mckee are seen on deck of the Larson with a Japanese interpreter who is issuing instructions to the skeleton Japanese crews through a megaphone. Views of the submarines underway.
Physical damage caused due to atomic bomb explosion in Nagasaki, Japan during World War II. Deaf and Dumb School, Catholic Missionary School, Urakami Cathedral, Nagasaki Medical Hospital, Nagasaki University. Electric transformer station. Substation with small arms in the background. Mitsubishi small arms plant with woodworking plant, lumber pool, Inasa School and casting plant as seen from across a river. A train moves in the background.
An aerial coverage of Nagasaki, Japan to show the atomic bomb damage which occurred during World War II. Aerial views of the Small Arms Plant, the Nagasaki Medical Center and the Nagasaki Medical School. The Urakami area to water works and reservoir. An Ordnance Plant, Urakami Valley area, a cathedral, a medical center, harbor area, over built area in valleys protected by mountains.
Japanese patients at Nagasaki Infectious Hospital in Nagasaki, Japan. Interiors of the hospital shows a young Japanese boy on a bed. A Japanese doctor treats a patient with an injury on his left arm. The left arm shows atomic radiation effects.
Damage caused due to atomic bomb explosion over Nagasaki, Japan in World War 2. A group of Japanese men and women laborers pass each other as they carry loads of scrap to the top of a rubble strewn stairway at the Nagasaki medical school. Two fire walls, their relative and original positions. The concrete foundation of the fire walls.
An aerial coverage of Nagasaki, Japan to show the atomic bomb damage which occurred during World War II. Aerial views of a harbor area, barracks, a river and buildings. Vicinity of Nagasaki radio towers and the ridge of mountains that separates the valley.